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£179,995
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2 bedroom ground floor flat for sale

Weavers Court, Weavers Lane, Sudbury CO10
Retirement
Chain-free
Sold STC
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Front View
Courtyard
Sitting Room
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Ground floor flat
2 bedroom
1 bathroom
EPC rating: D*
super-fast 80Mbps*
Mobile signal*
EE O2 Three Vodafone

Key features

  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • Communal Entrance Hall
  • Private Reception Hall
  • Bright 16ft x 11ft Sitting Room
  • Second Living Space/Bedroom 2
  • Excellent Modern Kitchen
  • Double Bedroom
  • Bath/Shower Room
  • Outside Seating Area
  • New Double Glazing
  • Communal Central Courtyard and Parking

Property description

THE LOCATION


Sudbury is an historic town containing a wealth of period houses and cottages at its centre. The birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough, the town is steeped in history. The town provides an excellent range of shops, schools and recreational facilities including clubs for rugby, football, cricket, tennis, bowls and rowing. There is a small quayside theatre and modern swimming pool/leisure complex. The town's station provides shuttle trains through to the main London and Colchester line with fast services on to Liverpool Street


Weavers Court is tucked away right in the heart of the town centre in between Burkitts Lane and Weavers Lane, the latter containing the entrance to Gainsborough's House and the site of the wonderful new Gainsborough Heritage Centre, (under construction). It is tucked right away from through traffic and noise and yet is only a moment's walk from the market place and facilities the town centre has to offer.


THE PROPERTY


The flat is one of a number grouped around a central courtyard providing a very nice private community feel for the residents. It has the unusual advantage of having a private back door in the kitchen opening straight out to a seating area at the rear, with space for pots, bench etc. The flat has been upgraded in recent years with a super fitted kitchen, modern easy access shower room, recently replaced carpets. There is no onward chain.  


THE ACCOMMODATION


Communal Entrance Hall   With security entry door at the front, stairs leading up and doors to Flats 26 and 27. 


Private Reception Hall 9' x 5'3" (2.75m x 1.6m) At the centre of the flat with dimplex night storage heater, coat hanging rail, electricity trip switch panel, security phone and emergency pull/intercom. Doors to all the rooms.


Sitting Room 16' x 11' (4.9m x 3.35m) A nice bright room with a large window to the front overlooking the courtyard and a double width opening through to the further living space (originally Bedroom 2) 


Second Living Space/Bedroom 2 10'6" x 7' (3.2m x 2.1m) With a window to the front overlooking the courtyard, double opening from the sitting room.  AGENTS NOTE This room could be partitioned off to create Bedroom 2.


Kitchen 11'6" x 10' (3.5m x 3m) With a fully glazed back door and window above the sink to the rear opening on to the courtyard/seating area - an unusual feature. Fitted with an excellent range of modern beechwood grain wall and base cupboards on one side with speckled granite effect working surfaces and tiled splash backs, well equipped with a stainless steel sink and drainer, space for slot-in electric cooker with filter hood above (Belling Electric ceramic hob cooker included) and spaces for washing machine and fridge/freezer. Pantry cupboard with shelving and airing cupboard with water heater. Limestone effect vinyl flooring, fluorescent light.  


Bedroom 1 13'9" x 9'6" (4.2m x 2.9m) With a window to the rear overlooking the courtyard/seating area, programable electric panel heater. 


Bath/Shower Room 7'3" x 6' (2.2m x 1.8m) Originally a bathroom but refurbished and converted to a shower room (easily reversed). A double width shower cubicle with folding seat, shower assembly and sliding glass door, white low flush WC, and pedestal hand basin with mixer tap, white tiled splash backs, air exchanger, medicine cupboard, fan heater, shaver point and chrome heated towel rail.   


Outside Seating Area This flat is one of a few that have a direct access from the flat out to a rear courtyard against the wall with space in the front for pots, seats and climbers etc., and pedestrian round to the front.  


MISCELLANEOUS


SERVICES We are advised that mains water, electricity, drainage and telephone are connected, although we have not made enquiries to confirm. Please note we have not carried out a survey, nor tested the plumbing, heating, electrical and drainage systems. House purchasers are always advised to have a survey.


COUNCIL TAX Babergh District Council (Tel: ) advise Charge Band B, amount payable 2021/2022 £1,531.72.


THE LEASE The property is held leasehold for a term of 99 years from 1987 at a current ground rent of £132.00 twice yearly. The service charge is £1,155.84 twice yearly.


TENURE, SOFT FURNISHINGS & FIXTURES Freehold. We have not inspected the title deeds. 

Full list provided with formal contracts. 


VIEWING AND DIRECTIONS  Viewing by appointment please through the vendor's agents, as above. Walking from Sudbury market place, bear right along Gainsborough Street (passing Sworders office to the right) and turn next right into Weavers Lane down beside Gainsborough's House. Follow along for around 150 yards and Weavers Court is on the left. Coming in by car through Acton Square and Weavers Court is just off the corner leading down Weavers Lane.


    Sworders are a long established firm of independent estate agents and valuers whose history dates right back to 1782 in Bishop’s Stortford, during the reign of King George III. Today we are a forward thinking and friendly firm, dealing with all property matters. We specialise in the sale of period and modern houses and cottages of all types and have particular expertise in selling the historic and listed properties of the Suffolk/Essex borders. We are members of the National Association of Estate Agents and have some of the most knowledgeable and experienced personnel practising in the area. SUDBURY is our principal town, served by our main office and we are the longest serving name in independent estate agency in the town. We offer a range of houses and cottages dating from the earliest times though to the latest developments. Sudbury has an abundance of history with Medieval, Georgian and Victorian architecture, many good facilities and wonderful water meadows beside the River Stour. LAVENHAM is one of England’s finest preserved Medieval weaving villages and is served by our long established office in the centre of the Market Place – the most prominent spot in the village. It has a wealth of period architecture and many exceptional timber framed houses and cottages. We have a unique knowledge of the village and it’s properties. There are many other attractive villages all around: Long Melford, Cavendish and Boxford to name but a few containing great Parish churches, village greens and many fine properties. SWORDERS INDEPENDENT ESTATE AGENTS – YOU COULDN’T BE IN MORE EXPERIENCED HANDS

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